Amazon Fire HD Kids Edition Tablet

Amazon Kindle HD Kids Tablet Review

Introducing the Amazon Fire HD Kids Tablet!

If your child enjoys books, movies  and apps, they’ll love the Amazon Fire HD Kids’ Edition Kindle Tablet.  With access to over 10,000 kid-friendly titles available through 1 Year of Amazon FreeTime Unlimited (requires Amazon subscription starting at $2.99/month after that), your child will never get bored.  It’s a real computer, with a quad-core processor for great performance, a vivid HD display, front and rear-facing cameras, and Dolby Audio. Parental controls let you create personalized profiles, set educational goals and screen time limits, and choose age-appropriate content in Amazon FreeTime.  Small and lightweight, it’s wrapped in a super shock-proof case that’s easy for fingers to hold on to.  Plus a 2-year worry-free guarantee – if it gets broken, return it and they’ll replace it for free. No questions asked.  If everything came with that kind of guarantee…  And the best news? It’s super affordable – starting at just $79.99 – it’s less expensive than most tablets on the market.

What I love about the Amazon Fire HD Kids Tablet

  • It’s easy for kids to handle, especially kids with a challenge gripping.  The case is a tough, easy to grab plastic that kind of has a rubberized feel.  Perfect for hands and fingers that need a little extra help hanging on.
  • And when they can’t hang on…It’s super tough, built to withstand drops and the abuse kids can dish out.  BONUS 2-year worry-free guarantee – if it gets broken, return it and they’ll replace it for free. No questions asked.
  • Parental controls that allow you to manage usage limits, content access, and educational goals.
  • Expandable memory.  Don’t waste your time with the 8GB, you’ll use that up too quickly.  Even the 16GB will get maxed out, that’s why the option to add a microSD card for up to 200 GB of additional storage is such a great feature.  It gives you options for long-lasting use.
  • Super affordable at $79.99

Find out more about the Amazon HD Fire Kids Tablet

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COMMENTS (15)
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We all love Frozen here! :) Lots of Frozen goodies on dear Santa letters

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My favorite Christmas surprise was that blue Schwin bike! OH MY!

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you have to drag my kids out of bed even on christmas morning! my favorite surprise for them was when i gave my son a ds he fell to the floor so surprised!

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I remember when my daughter was little, like under three and she got a bunch of clothes. Every time she opened a package she had to try it on right away.

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My kiddos all like to watch the Santa Clause movies every year, we also watch whichever new ones are added to Netflix that we can all watch together leading up to Christmas <3

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my favorite christmas suprise was 2 years ago when my daughter got her first bike she loved it!!!

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My kids are enjoying watching Christmas movies now that the season is starting! They really enjoy the cartoon version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas!

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My kids fav movie right now is Lego Movie.

    Mine, too!

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my favorite Christmas memory is when we got our daughter, who has significant speech delays, a dollhouse and right away she said “we need people!” Good thing her grandparents had got her people and furniture to go with the dollhouse.

    That’s the BEST kind of speech therapy! :)

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The favorite surprise that our special girl, Maggie who is tramatic brain injury with blindness, received her first Baby Alive Baby doll that talked to her! It was amazing! MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

    I love that Teresa, thanks for sharing! Those are the moments you never forget. Hugs to you and Merry Christmas!

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When my girls were little they loved all the Disney princess movies now they love the tinker bell series

    Aww! Those are good times!

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